Interested in an oral history of your family?
Want your organization's next fundraising campaign to make a big splash?
Need training materials for your employees?
Would you like a pop-up recording at your next event?
The Alternative Historian is a consulting service combining oral history methodology, historical thinking, and real-world experience to make life better. Does your company need training materials to help your employees talk to clients about sensitive subjects? Does your nonprofit need help creating a story about why it exists and what it does? Does your family want to preserve the stories that have been told a thousand times? I can help.
I'm a historian. I'm here to help.
I help corporations find and learn the hidden stories among their employees and their customers. Then I help you learn from these stories. This leads to better trained employees and a better connection to your customers.
I help nonprofit organizations find the hidden stories among their staff, board, and clients. You will learn how your mission is perceived, the impact you're having in the community, and the dreams for future work. You can use this information for training, curriculum development, and fundraising.
I help individuals learn more about their family and community. Through recording and analyzing shared experiences I can help you put your story into the historical record.
Get in touch to set up a consultation, or use the contact form at the bottom of this page.
My TEDxEmory talk about why you should record your history.
Use the form below to contact us regarding your inquiry. Please be as detailed as possible. Include your industry along with any specific requests. To help me best respond, I recommend that you first describe the issue you’re having before telling us what you want to achieve. You may also email or call to make an appointment.
I'm confused why so much streampunk has airships but none mention the historic airports so crucial to winning freedom
It's 90+ degrees and I've been offered coffee I immediately said yes. This is considered normal Obviously I'm in Puerto Rico